Tuesday, October 18, 2016

Re-visiting Gloucester

 Gloucester's working harbor 
was a source of great inspiration while I was there. 
The angles and shapes of color intrigued me to no end.  

Lunch Break 
18 x 24 oil 

I zoomed in on this scene from across the harbor to get this composition. 
And yes, that is grass growing on the roof of that building.

 I painted this over an old painting
in order to get the texture I wanted. 

 It's fun to see how the underpainting 
"informs" the new shapes of color. 

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